Monday, April 13, 2015

online design services, 20.twelve.3 interiors e-styling

20.twelve.3 Interiors e-Styling is a fantastic service for anyone needing a style fix for their home. You may already have a vision of your perfect space, but just can't quite pull it together. Maybe you know you want a change, but don't know what it is or where to start. Whether 1 room or 10, e-Styling provides the plan for a room transformation that fits your budget. I provide you with the steps to pull it together, you choose your timeline. Have questions during the styling process? No problem, I will be available to answer, at no extra charge, for up to 18 months after receiving your individual e-Styling plan.

After I receive the questionnaire, measurements, pictures, and payment in full, you will receive, in 2-3 weeks, an e-Styling plan customized for you.

You will receive:
style board
(showing color story, fabric, new and/or existing furniture, lighting, accessories, etc.)
swatches
room layout
room sketch
DIY suggestions
website links
trade discount with retailers where applicable

depending on the project, you will receive all or some of the services above

So let's get started!

e-Styling 1.0, Fresh & Fabulous $129
small scale refresh; color change, room layout and accessory ideas

e-Styling 2.0, Small Space Styling $219
small space revamp; entries, halls, bathrooms and breakfast nooks

e-Styling 3.0, Large Space Styling $329
large space revamp; family rooms, living rooms, bedrooms, home offices, kitchens, and dining rooms
Go to e-Styling page for payment details







Wednesday, April 8, 2015

cocktail table styling

The cocktail table is one of the most important surfaces in a home, but one of the most difficult to style for a client.  Why?  Because "things", "stuff", "chotskies" if you will, are personal.  If you aren't sure, start with basics; white vases (with or without flowers), simple glass votive candles, a decorative tray, and then it gets personal...
 
 
Books are great for stacking to create dimension on the table, but they clearly need to be books that you are interested in.  I have a couple of fashion books and my beloved Frank Sinatra book that was a gift from my dad.
 

Decorative objects are great for interest and possibly color.  Small statues, antlers, shells, animals, etc., again it needs to be personal and meaningful or simply just an interesting "shape", West Elm has some cool objects.




Something "living" is always a special addition, flowers, especially an orchid plant which is organic yet structural, creates height and color.  If the table has a lower profile of objects, succulents are a great addition.

 
All table images from My Pinterist

 
Another item that I totally dig are vintage ashtrays.  I abhor smoking, but there are some seriously cool ashtrays out there!  They have great color, shape and old Las Vegas casino ones add a touch of whimsy to the right grouping.
 
 
 vintage ashtray - fenton glass ashtray
 
Vintage Fabulous Las Vegas Ashtray Serving Dish Souvenir Japan Ceramic
 

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

20.twelve.3 Interiors, Denver and Southwest Colorado Interior Styling

"the hip, chic, comfortable home"
 
Interior Styling
Re-Styling
e-Styling
Style/Color Consults
Shopping Services
all services available in the Denver Metro and Southwest Colorado areas
$60 per hour
flat fee pricing available for "one day" projects
303.718.2765

Monday, March 30, 2015

spring ideas for neutral interiors & 20.twelve.3 style solutions


I love spring!  Well I love this spring!  Sometimes spring in Colorado is an extension of winter, but we are experiencing a truly spectacular spring this year.  I transitioned my closet last weekend from winter to spring/summer and yesterday I did a little interior
re-freshing. 
 
One of the easiest re-freshes is to change pillow covers.  The samples above are for a neutral interior; neutral paint as well as neutral furnishings.  There are a number of affordable resources for pillows; Cost + World Market, Pier 1, CB2,West Elm, Target, etc.  Often times you can purchase pillow covers separately and use the pillow inserts you already have from winter pillows, this is a great money saver.
 
My other simple re-fresh is colorful "art".  You can use color paper, fabric swatches or my favorite silk paper, to inject a pop of color and interest in any room, again for little money.  Use a clip frame with your choice of "art", they are inexpensive and available in different sizes. 
 
If you have questions and need a little guidance with your spring re-fresh, I am available to help:
 
A flat $15 fee for up to 3 questions, and the sweet part is that all 3 questions do not have to be asked at one time! You can text, call or e-mail a question. Send me pictures, so when you are out shopping and you see something but aren't sure, call me!

What to do: Contact me Mon. thru Sat., 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mountain Standard Time, at 303.718.2765, text or call. If I do not answer, please leave a message and I will get back to you within an hour. Pay for your questions on the Interior Style Solutions page and as soon as I receive payment confirmation, I will call you right back to help!